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and that breaking news, an amber alert out of oakland.
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police right now are searching for this man. this is the latest photo of the person they believe carjacked and kidnapped an elderly man and a 13-year-old girl. good evening, everyone. i'm hnson. johnson. >> -- carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. he is driving with the license plate. abc7 news alan wang is live inee latest from police. >> dan and carolyn, tonight the fbi stepped in andd enha helped enhance a photo believed to be the man who abducted two people at this safe way. it happened around 1:00. look at this picture and see if you recognize this man. oakland police say this man wearing silver headphones and a uniquely striped scarf may have abducted two people. >> i am surprised this is always a very safe place. i have lived here for years. >> witnesses say the man stole some steaks and two or three lobsters leak these from this oakland safe way on redwood road near highway 13.
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he argued with a clerk and ran out of the store wielding a knife and jumped into a maroon or red sedan with the license plate of 6gsn648. police believe an elderly ever a can american man and a young african-american teenage girl were in the car and were abducted. but police say no one has reported anyone with that description as missing. >> well that is interesting. why would that be an abduction? >> witnesses told them it looked like the people in the car did not know the suspect. >> what does it say if there are no missing person's reports filed. >> well we have to look at all angles of this investigation. >> now, the suspect is described as an african-american man in his 30s. he is about 5 foot 7 and 165 pounds and he was wearing a blue jacket and blue jeans. police say that until they receive information telling them otherwise, they will
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continue investigating this as a carjacking and an abduction. reporting live in oakland, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. and we will continue to follow this story on air and on-line at our breaking news report continues on twitter. we have new details on the disappearance and murder of sierra lamar. the about tospect is about to go on trial nearly two years after his arrest. the grand jury indicted torres after numerous plea hearing delays by his attorney. this move means the case will go now directly to trial. sierra vanished in march of 2012 in morgan hill. her body has never been found. police arrested edgar see yaw torres -- arrested garcia torres. a 12-year-old was rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car in berkeley. he was crossing stewart street around 3:30 this afternoon when the car ran into him. the boy is expected to
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survive. the driver stopped and is cooperating with investigators. a chp officer is recovering after being struck by a car in san leandro today. it happened on the on-ramp of faremont drive this afternoon. he was out of his cruiser and helping the drivers of two cars that pulled over when another vehicle slammed into one of those cars. that car then spun out of control striking the officer. two other people were also injured. sky 7hd shows the massive back up caused by the accident and the response. two lanes remained closed for the evening, but they are now opnse fog tonight >> dense fog tonight will make driving dangerous this evening through the morning commute. here is a live look from our east bay hills camera. you should be able to see the bay bridge in the distance, but you can't to neat. abc7 news meteorologist sandhya patel has the dense fog advisory in effect. >> that went into effect at 10:00 p.m. tonight. here up on the roof as we look toward treasury land i can
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tell you there is a pretty good view right now looking out toward the bay bridge there. but it is not like that everywhere. we do have fog around. the dense fog advisory is in effect for the north and east bay valleys and monterey bay. it is going to be dicey for the morning commute. visibility less than a quarter of a mile. we are doing fine in most areas except santa rosa down to two miles and five miles in napa. look at this view from our sutro tower camera. you can't even see san francisco. the fog is here and it is fluctuating the visibility. be careful for the morning commute. the fog will be replaced by a few showers. i'll be back to let you know who will need the umbrellas coming up. carolyn? >> sandhya, thank you. the rain over the weekend helped, but we are still in the grips of drought. now east bay mud is asking its customers to reduce their water use by 10%. it is the latest district to call for voluntary
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restrictions. john alston is live in contra costa county for us. >> reporter: this is one of the several storage reservoirs. even though customers have cut use by 17% you the utility says with the drought it is not enough. >> many gardens and lawns are going unwatered. it is bringing back bad memories of the 1977 drought when robert stevenson lost several trees. now the east bay mud is asking customers to voluntarily cut back water used by another 10%. >> we are hoping that 10% would mean we cut back as opposed to cutting it off. >> they are already conserving and they may not plan a vegetable garden for the first time in 30 years. >> i will tell you that most of the people that i know are volunteering right now. >> they want another 10% on top of that. >> i know. i know.
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i just think it is reminding people that it is voluntary. rain toches of rain to thet la but hills, but it needs to hit the sweet spot and that is the reservoir in the foothills where east bay mud gets almost all of its water. that area only has half of the normal rainfall for the season. but some feel it is not time for another 10% cut back. >> i think it mature. i think it is february. i think there is a reason to be concerned and there is a reason to be near -- to be on your best behavior. >> the district would need five more big storms to bring the water levels to normal. the worst case scenario if it stays dry, mandatory rationing could be declared by next april. >> the volunteers in santa cruz found hundreds of used dirty syringes near a homeless encampment on monday. nearly 300 needles fromroup the creek.
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critics of the needle exchange program say it is an on going problem. now supporters say the program is necessary to fight disease. tonight santa cruz supervisors agreed to look for a new nonresidential location to move the program to. for the first time in 30 years, the french president will vis tonight u.s. president barack obama welcomed the french president to the u.s. with a star-studded white house dinner. tomorrow he will have lunch in san francisco with executives from companies like sales force and google. tagging along are restaurants from the french-american international studies. >> one of our teachers came up to me andd i would like to meet the president and i said yes. >> i am hoping to talk to him. i am not sure i will be able to because he is probably going to be busy all day. >> those students will be shadowing and tweeting about their experience. >> nice to have him visit. there is a new member of the santa clara police force
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that compare to no man or woman. he does patrol work, search and rescue and explosive de treks. a -- detection. a grant made this moment possible. sean's mother was given a certificate of appreciation. >> in addition i have a due duplicate copy of the badge dex will be wearing. it says santa clara police department. on the back it says in memory of sean walsh. thank you very much. >> sean walsh died in 2011 as a member of the army national guard serving in afghanistan. he volun hundreds hundreds of hours with the santa clara police force and his contributions live on. a local lawmaker will donate stem cells to help a 5-year-old suffering from undergo he will undergo the procedure at stanford cancer center. 14 years ago campos joined the
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national bone marrow registry and was recently told he matches a child in need. campos says he hopes his story encourages more people to become donors. we have a link to the be the match registry on our site. 2k3w0 to >> great thing to do. well, we are following our breaking news. in oakland and right now police are searching for this man they say may have kidnapped two people. our breaking news reporting continues on twitter at abc7 news bay area. >> and road rage. we have seen the videos. drivers terror reised and beaten. terrorized and beaten. what you can do to protect your family if you are a victim. >> and annual mammograms for women over 40. they can detect cancer, but are they doing more harm than good? the question that asks are savin tests saving lives? abc news cont
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♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant amber alert in oakland. police released this surveillance video from inside the safe way on redwood road. you can get a good look at the man they say was shoplifting steaks steaks and lobster. witnesses say they saw the man run out armed with a knife and then get into the vehicle with an older man and a teenage girl inside. police say witnesses told them the two people did not appear to know that man there. so far no one matching the description has been reported missing. police are asking the public to keep a look out for a red sedan with this california license plate 6jfm648. >> the search has gone on all day and night. it can happen in an instant. the kind of road rage eruption that injuries or kills 1500 americans every year. and now the terrifying 9-1-1 call from a father with his
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daughter in the car when they were attacked. here is that tape and protecting on >> from fists flying in north carolina to this retired police officer duking it out on a california highway. now what it is really like to be in that moment of terror. a vicious attack on a raleigh, north carolina street. it left this saab a crumpled mess and a guy calling 9-1-1. >> have i a guy who is -- i have a guy who is following me and he rear-ended me and he is following me again. >> what is your name? >> he just hit us twice. >> twice was not enough. >> jesus, he hit me again jie. no argument between the drivers. just a dad and daughter on the way from the movies. >> he hit me four times now. >> dad is looking for
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somewhere to hide hoping police arrive soon. look, i am . >> the terror ending only when dad grabbed his daughter and ran into the store followed by the mad driver now on foot. police believe he was on drugs at the time. finally subdued by store workers and police officers. >> i think he did the right thing, right? >> absolutely. >> if you are caught in an episode of road rage, remember this. >> don't engage the other person. don't look them in the eye. do not go home. try to get to a populated, well-lit area. >> how to avoid triggering rage? don't drive slow in the fast lane, don't tailgate and don't cut someone off. it could keep you out of the next four-wheel brawl. new questions about the value of annual mammograms.
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a study of nearly 90,000 canadian women found that although mammograms made diagnosing the disease more likely, the x rays did not lead to a reduction in the number of breast cancer deaths. the ay cancer society points out when breast cancer strikes women in their 40s it does tend to be more aggressive and deadly. the study published initish british medical journal. an ice storm is moving fast right now with more than 20 states. aryly half of the country is under -- nearly half of the country is under winter watches and warnings. some delta employees in atlanta are sleeping on the planes because there are not enough hotel rooms. others plan on staying home. people are stocking up on food and cleaning off the store shelves. a few inches of snow paralyzed atlanta and now that part of the country is getting socked in again. >> we are not expecting sprinkles in the coming days. >> sandhya patel is live on abc7 broadcast broadcast center with the forecast. >> dan and carolyn, some of you in the north bay may need
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the umbrellas. it is going into tomorrow afternoon. but right now, it is a typical winter chill up here on the roof. visibility is still fine even though we do have fog from this perspective and not all perspectives. let me show you aime lapse. san francisco, market street, look at that. it starts to disappear as the fog came in. it is creating low visibility. fog is not confined to the coast. there is just over a mile visibility and napa over two meals. be careful in morning. it isatures see temperatures in the midto upper 40s. you know you will need to bundle up when you leave home. o definitely good weather to sleep in. it will be hard to wake up especially when you look at this view from the east bay hills camera.
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a blanket of fog. 51 in san francisco and 52 oakland and 49 redwood city and san jose and half moon bay in the low 50s from our emeryville camera. looking at overcast conditions. 48 in santa rosa. one of our coolest spots, napa, 44. 51 fairfield and 52 in livermore. beautiful view from our exploratorium camera. the fog could be a problem for your morning commute. we will go with areas of dense fog for the morning. light rain will be developing in the afternoon and the north bay. and certainly a better possible belt of rain this weekend. last weekend you remember the atmospheric river, the mean apple express, moisture stretching from hawaii brought us the soaking conditions here in the bay area. that petered out and now we have another pineapple connection. there is a new river forming and it is aimed toward the pacific northwest. they are getting rain and snow. they are going to get pounded over the next 24-48 hours. we are really not going to get much of it. matter of fact, just a little
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bit here and there. cloverdale, ukiah, you will see a few drops. it is really around 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon that parts of the north bay could see light rain and it continues into thursday morning. the rainfall totals are meetly. measley. south of the golden gate, we may get nothing to maybe a couple hundredths of an inch. it is certainly a welcome sight here in the bay area considering. we are in the middle of winter. temperatures tomorrow afternoon with some showers to the north. more sun to the south. low to upper 60s and above average in many areas. a look at the accu-weather forecast, the morning fog will give way to a few showers tomorrow afternoon in the north bay. light showers are possible heading into thursday morning for much of the bay area. valentine's das, ave plans, i would call it a sweet forecast for those who do have outdoor plans. and then toward the weekend
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the rain is looking more promising for your saturday afternoon and going into sunday morning. beyond that things start to change again the middle of next week. until then, bundle up tomorrow morning. give yourself extra time as you take off from home to head to work. live from the roof of the kgo-tv broadcast center, meteorologist sandhya patel, back to you, dan and carl lynn. carolyn. >> abc news has another great weather resource. follow live doppler 7hd on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions and get video forecasts forecasts and power outage information and weather tweets there as well. let's talk sports and the warriors now. >> larry beil has all of the action. >> dan and carolyn, the warriors have two issues to deal with. one is internal squabbling and the other is the freight train coming at them tomorrow night. lebron is coming to town. that's next in sports.
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[ mom ] and i listened. [ brother ] i can do this. [ imitates robot ] everyone deserves ooey, gooey, pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop. it is an interesting time in warriors' world. the hunt is over for mark jackson and you can see the expectations that are not being met by the team. he intimated that andrew bogut may have injured his shoulder while sleeping. it seemed like an innocent comment. it was not leak he -- like he
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was faking anything. he called the comment absolutely ridiculous. clearly friction and clearly player and coach need to communicate. jackson said this is not a story. >> i understand and i am not going to take the bait. we dealt with it. it is over with. there are no issues. we play the miami heat tomorrow. not here. >> speaking of the heat, lebron and company are in phoenix tonight. the exwarrior tony douglas feeding lebron with authority. king james with 37 points. love this play. the steal and then get off of me! i am dunking here. 103-97 miami the final. college hoops and san diego state's 20-game win streak ends in qloam yom. in wyoming.
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that was awesome. only 6 foot 3, but he can get up with two hands. not once, but twice. walking down the mean streets of wyoming and san diego state goes down. he is no longer the flying tomato with the wild hair flowing all over the place and no longer winning gold medals. shaun white the star coming into sochi came in fourth at the halfpipe at the winter olympics. >> it disappointing on my end. i hate the fact that i ran it perfect in practice and got in the pipe and it didn't work out. but it happens, you know. it is snowboarding. it is hard to be consistent. definitely on a night like tonight. i tried my best. >> when it comes to dog shows, sky, the wire fox terrier is like lebron. he is clearly number one. he took first place in the westminster dog kennel club
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tonight. >> the best in show is the wire fox terrier. >> he has won 129 best in shows overall. ranked as the country's number one dog. look at him. if you put your money on a wire fox terrier by the way and i strongly recommend this, you are in good shape. it is the 14th time a wire fox terrier has won at westminster. has a mustachey thing going there. abc sports brought to you by riverwalk casino. it is a good look for him. >> she cute, but a killer at competition. >> now we know, wire fox terrier. >> and we will be right back. >> first here is jimmy kimmle. >> thanks. here is a sample of what we have in store for tonight. >> i'm johnny the dolphin. i
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1,000 meters. >> the women's u.s. hockey team is become on the ice facing archrival canada. both teams are into the semifinal. today is seen as a gold medal preview. >> let's talk about the medal count count. >> norway with a big day. >> then canada, netherlands, usa and russia. we'll have more olympics coverage in the half hour. at the canine olympics, westminster dog show, there's a new champion. best? show went to sky, sky, fox terri terrier. >> contestants are judged by their appearance. one of sky's owners said, it's like winning an oscar. sky will be a guest on "good morning america." handsome fellow. >> i've not seen that kind of breed you see. >> you don't see a ton of those. his full name, after all
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painting the sky. that's an interesting full name. >> i'm glad they shortened that one. after the kentucky derby, the westminster dog show is the oldest running sporting show in the country. >> interesting. he has that swagger. coming, we'll go back to sochi where there's a beer vending machine, but only for some of the athletes. >> shaun white, the snowboarder's big disappointment, going down in olympic history. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by we really wanted to take a relaxing trip to florida. you know? just to unwind. but we can only afford one trip this year, and his high school reunion is coming up in seattle. everyone's going. then we heard about hotwire... and realized we could actually afford to take both trips. [woman] see, when really nice hotels have unsold rooms, they use hotwire to fill them.
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